Pronunciation of Harm
/hˈɑːm/, /hˈɑːm/, /h_ˈɑː_m/
Synonyms for harm:
coarsen, impoverish, weather, abrade, contaminate, incapacitate, churn up, dent, corrosion, smash, loose on, cancel out, sprain, wear out, scorch, gash, dereliction, muck up, desecrate, mar, implosion, bang up, taint, smash into, wither, scalp, maim, spoilage, blister, disrepair, negate, Disserve, putrefaction, despoil, scrape, affect, scuff, strike at, corrode, doom, mess up, attack, sully, smash down, adulterate, cave in, overshadow, blight, ding, wear and tear, warp, squash, overexpose, debilitate, pollute, stain, offset, clobber, devastation, fragmentation, disable, snarl, overload, snag, take away from, rub, plow up, depredation, destruction, rust.
bruise, graze, cooperate, mark, dehumanize, detonation, corrupt, poison, demolition, lacerate, bloody, skew, dislocate, trample, spoil, wear, neutralize, rupture, nullify, cloud, crick, ail, bite, mutilate.
Sense 1 (noun)
injury, evil (noun)
injure; cause evil (verb)
Usage examples for harm:
- Still, if people are happy enough to wish to do so, there can be no harm in it. - "Manners and Social Usages", Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood.
- She never did us any harm." - "Thankful Rest", Annie S. Swan.
- Stand where you are, all of you, and no harm shall come to you. - "Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz", H. Irving Hancock.